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Welcome to the web course on Academic Knowledge and Inquiry!
Roll over the highlighted terms below to read a definition or= explanation.
If you take your journey through this course seriously and work throu= gh all the exercises and the expositions, you will develop a b= road cross-disciplinary understanding of the nature of academic knowledge a= nd inquiry. Within this framework, you will develop the ability to:
- justify a position/claim you s= ubscribe to;
- critically evaluate a position= that you come across, along with any justification that accompanies it;
- pursue a methodology appropria= te for a given question; and
- participate meaningfully in an academic or pub= lic debate on a controversial issue.
You will use the Table of Contents on the right to navigate through= out the course. Click on Unit 1 to see an overview of the first unit, or go= straight to Section 1.2 to get started on the exercises.
There are= several resources located at the top right corner of the site - Additio= nal Materials, the Road Map, and the <= a href=3D"https://wiki.nus.edu.sg/display/aki/Home" rel=3D"nofollow">Glossa= ry. Utilizing these tools as you work through the lessons will= help you get the most out of this course.
The material on this website would be useful for students, teachers and =
anyone who values an educated mind.
[A note for teachers and graduate= students]